College and Career Fair

LC College and Career Fair

LIBERTY CENTER’S 5TH ANNUAL

COLLEGE AND CAREER FAIR

WEDNESDAY MARCH 16, 2016

3:00 PM IN THE LIBERTY CENTER CAFETERIA

SCHEDULE

3:00–COLLEGE, TRADE SCHOOL & EMPLOYER BOOTHS OPEN-CAFETERIA

3:15- CAREER EXPLORATION RESULTS AVAILABLE FOR 11TH GRADERS

4:00- CAREERS IN LAW AND LAW ENFORCEMENT- ROOM 116

4:00- CAREERS IN BUSINESS AND MANUFACTURING-ROOM 114

4:00- CAREERS IN HEALTHCARE- ROOM 115

4:30- THE COLLEGE PREPARATION CHECKLIST PRESENTATION-NEW GYM

5:00- NEW NCAA ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS PRESENTATION-NEW GYM

5:30-COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS MEETING-NEW GYM

COME GET INFO ABOUT 2 AND 4 YEAR COLLEGES

LEARN ABOUT APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADE PROGRAMS

APPLY FOR A SUMMER OR PERMANENT JOB (PARENTS TOO)

ATTEND MANDATORY COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS MEETING

GET INFO ABOUT PLANNING FOR LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL

PARTICIPANTING GROUPS

Adrian College, Baker College, Bowling Green State University,

Bluffton College, Defiance College, Eastern Michigan University,

University of Findlay, Fulton County Health Center, Henry County

Health Department, Henry County Workforce Development,

Heidelberg University, Institute of Therapeutic Massage, Indiana

University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, ITT Technical College,

JATC Apprenticeship Programs, Lourdes University, Mercy College,

Northwest State Community College, Ohio Northern University,

Owens Community College, Ohio State University-Lima, Paul Mitchell

Academy, St Francis University, Sauder Woodworking, Siena Heights

University, Tiffin University, University of Toledo, Trine University,

United States Army and United States Marine Corps

FREE! ALL SCHOOL DISTRICTS WELCOME!

Announcements

 

If you have any questions please contact me in the HS office at  (419) 533-6641 ext 2106 or at lblack@libertycenterschools.org

 Larry Black - HS Principal

PARKING/PICK  UP

As you may have noticed the Parking lot is crazy at the end of the day.

Issues that we have: Students and parents crossing moving traffic -

Traffic backed up onto 109 - People parking and blocking aisles

We have been discussing ways to make the dismissal time simpler and safer for all parties involved.

Beginning Monday

1) Elementary students who meet a sibling (either MS or HS) will be walked to the cafeteria. They will meet up in the cafeteria and be picked up at the MS doors.
2) A traffic pattern will be set up for elementary only pick up and for combo pick-up.
3) We will be releasing students in waves based on walking, bussing or driving.
4) We will start with announcements for end of the day dismissal and eventually work out a bell schedule.

In the mean time when HS students are released they are to walk on the sidewalk all the way past the elementary doors to get to their cars – DO NOT CROSS THE PICK UP LINE TO GET TO YOUR CAR – If you are parked in the front part of the lot you need to wait until the pick up line is gone.

(This was discussed in meeting with grades 9 - 12 today)

 

 

STUDENTS LEAVING SCHOOL

Students and parents please follow proper procedures when leaving school. Students need to sign out to the nurse and then the nurse will contact parents if they are ill. If students need to leave for appointments, they should bring a note to the HS office before school.

Please call the office if your student is going to be absent (419) 533-6641


 

 

 

 

 

Daily Announcements

Good Morning!  Today is Tuesday, February 9th, 2016.

 

The lunch menu today is: Bosco Stick, Sauce Cup, Green Beans, Fresh Veggies, Juice Cup and Milk

 

The Spanish Club is selling carnations for Valentine’s day.  There are a variety of colors with different meanings.  The cost is $2 each and the carnations will be sold at lunch or in Mrs. Soto’s class.  The sale will end on Wednesday, February 10th.  All flowers will be delivered on Friday, Feb. 12th during homeroom and lunch.

 

Attention seniors: Tonight is the night you've all been waiting for....the 2016 FAFSA Clinic. The festivities will begin at 6:30 pm in Mrs. Weaks' computer room. All the cool kids will be there!

 

ATTENTION BOYS IN GRADES 9-12 INTERESTED IN PLAYING BASEBALL THIS SPRING - There is a sign up sheet in the athletic office. Please sign up by Wednesday, February 17.  Also, just a reminder that you must have an up to date sports physical on file in the athletic office before you can practice.


A Teen Safety Night Self-Defense Class will be held Monday, February 15, 2016 from 6:30 - 8:30 PM at the Liberty Center Public Library. Come dressed in comfortable clothing and tennis shoes, this will be a hands on class which will include active participati